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Call Me, Dushanbe: Telia Wants Out of Tajikistan
March 02, 2017
Call Me, Dushanbe: Telia Wants Out of Tajikistan
Getting out of the Eurasian market is proving to be troublesome.
Call Me, Dushanbe: Telia Wants Out of Tajikistan
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
March 08, 2016
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
The proposed sanctions against ZTE stem from its plan to export U.S. equipment to Iran back in 2012.
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
Telecom Giant Nears Settlements on Massive Uzbek Corruption Probe
February 19, 2016
Telecom Giant Nears Settlements on Massive Uzbek Corruption Probe
VimpelCom says that it would “acknowledge certain violations” if the settlements are finalized.
Telecom Giant Nears Settlements on Massive Uzbek Corruption Probe
Why is TeliaSonera Leaving the Eurasian Telecom Market?
September 24, 2015
Why is TeliaSonera Leaving the Eurasian Telecom Market?
Business in Eurasia proved to be neither easy nor clean.
Why is TeliaSonera Leaving the Eurasian Telecom Market?
Lift Off: Turkmenistan's First Communications Satellite
April 28, 2015
Lift Off: Turkmenistan's First Communications Satellite
The satellite is French-built, sits in a Monaco-designated slot, and was carried up on a US-designed rocket.
Lift Off: Turkmenistan's First Communications Satellite
Myanmar’s Telegram System Still Active
November 10, 2014
Myanmar’s Telegram System Still Active
Despite the arrival of modern technology, an older form of communication is alive and well.
Myanmar’s Telegram System Still Active
Miscommunication: Vietnam’s New Rules for Foreign TV Channels
May 29, 2013
Miscommunication: Vietnam’s New Rules for Foreign TV Channels
Confusion reigns in Vietnam following the introduction of new legislation for foreign channels.
Miscommunication: Vietnam’s New Rules for Foreign TV Channels
A Battle for the 'Seoul' of South Korea's Economy
November 18, 2012
A Battle for the 'Seoul' of South Korea's Economy
S. Korea's transformation into a service and information-driven economy will require change - away from copying towards innovation.
A Battle for the 'Seoul' of South Korea's Economy
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